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Dec 5, 2012 5:00pm PST
going to hurt. >> reporter: it doesn't stop there. the federal cuts in defense spending could cost california 135,000 jobs according to george mason university. and for defense contractors in the state alone, fewer government dollars could mean a $10 billion drop in the next decade. for struggling college students, brace yourselves for less. if we go over the "fiscal cliff," a uc spokesman says we could lose $335 million in research funds. other consequences for californians, 143,000 unemployed could lose assistance in trying to find a job. nearly 300,000 disadvantaged students would get fewer benefits at school. 8,000 patients wouldn't get hiv testing and 2,000 women could miss out on breast and cervical cancer screening. now, we would have all those spending cuts but remember, we would also have an increase in taxes which some economists predict could throw us back into recession and with no deal who is to of blame? 53% of americans place that blame on republicans. in the newsroom, grace lee, cbs 5. >>> the comments made by the president made investors hopeful that a quick deal c
Dec 7, 2012 5:00pm PST
challenge to the national defensive marriage act. >> they have to solve this on a national level because there is just too much administrative confusion right now. who can visit who in the hospital, who gets health benefits. which marriage count, all of these questions. >> as for what happens now as juliette said, lawyers on both sides argue their case before the justices in march. that decisionfected by june. >>> the battle over same-sex marriage has a unique story here in california. we are the only state that has ever allowed it and then band it. in 2004, over a period of month san francisco issued some 4,000 marriage licenses under the direction of the then mayor. the marriage were outlawed in 2008 with the passage of prop 8. that ban was later ruled unconstitutional. same sex marriages will remain on hold until this case is finally settled by the supreme court. >>> ken, folks there i'm sure cautiously optimistic. >> reporter: yeah, allen. you would expect in the gay friendly district people would be overwhelmingly glad and approving the fact that the united states supreme court is g
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